Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Vladimir Putin Accuses U.S. Government of Assassinating Ashli Babbitt

 Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures while speaking at the annual meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club via video conference at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020. Putin has rejected the accusations of the Kremlin's involvement in the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, saying that he …

Did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman? Do you know that 450 individuals were arrested after entering the Congress? And they didn’t go there to steal a laptop,” he continued. “They came with political demands. Four hundred fifty people have been detained. They’re looking at jail time, between 15 and 25 years. And they came to the Congress with political demands. Isn’t that persecution for political opinions?” Putin asked.

Putin accused the U.S. government of twisting and bypassing its own legal procedures to level excessive punishment against the Capitol protesters, while the Russian dissidents he is accused of repressing are, he claimed, actually criminals who have been convicted with due process:

In his Monday interview with NBC News, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. government of assassinating Ashli Babbitt, the Air Force veteran whom Capitol Police shot during the January 6 riot.

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18 comments:

  1. Putin makes a good point about Ashli Babbitt. He could have also mentioned
    Christopher Sign, Jeffrey Epstein, Seth Richards, Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oslwald, all the people in the Waco Texas massacre, Ruby Ridge massacre, and the list goes on and on.

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    1. Yes, he and Trump share some of the same characteristics.

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  2. P.S. And we don't know the real truth about the Las Vegas shooter yet.

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  3. Is it not the height of insanity when an ex-KGB President of Russia makes more salient points that reflect the true nature of our Republic than the majority of both major political parties and the ruling administration? At this point, I trust Putin's observations more than anything being spewed by the msm or the democrats. These are sad and twisted times.

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    1. a)
      For the opposite of reality, I glance at headlines from TheMainStreamMedia.
      I might do that every third Thursday... but might not.
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      For a different view, I read al Jazeera and RT.
      .
      For the equivalent of National Enquirer with drooling three-headed Martian octopus-lizards, I recommend cnn abc nbc plus all their mirrors.
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      b)
      I harbor no delusion about any government agent in any government, but Vlad gets my respect frequently.
      * protects borders -- check.
      * stable currency -- check.
      * makes sense ad-lib -- check.
      * possesses a sense of humor -- check.
      * slows down enough for all other government agents to catch-up -- check.
      * biden who? -- check.

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    2. Vlad gets my respect frequently.
      * protects borders -- check.
      * stable currency -- check.
      * makes sense ad-lib -- check.
      * possesses a sense of humor -- check.
      * slows down enough for all other government agents to catch-up -- check.

      Another sterling comment. :)

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  4. Putin is correct as usual. This filth for a gov is protecting a murderer probably because THEY ordered the assassination, hence,
    another inside job. David Baily is the murderer's name. Oh,
    yea, the FBI was the Pied Piper. The people who were illegally
    arrested are being treated like they were in Gitmo, tortured.

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    1. The people who were illegally arrested are being treated like they were in Gitmo, tortured.

      I am at a lost to explain how they re getting away with it. :(

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    2. They can get away with anything - I know you've read some
      of the atrocities the gov has experimented on us without
      consent. None of them went to prison. Fear mongering so the rest of us don't stand for traditional America.
      From the looks of things, we would have been better off
      with no fed gov.

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    3. From the looks of things, we would have been better off
      with no fed gov.

      100%

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  5. Few believed Dr. Ron Paul when we took the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives years ago and outlined a series of predictions for the years to come...

    Dr. Paul predicted that Americans would become less free and "more dependent on the government for economic security."

    He predicted that, "Agitation for more class warfare will succeed in dividing us domestically."

    He predicted the "erosion of civil liberties here at home as our government continues to respond to political fear."

    And Dr. Paul also predicted that government would grow to record levels, satisfying both left and right as liberals would look to expand the welfare state and conservatives sought more security spending.

    With each of these four predictions, Dr. Paul was exactly right!

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  6. Brock, did you read the article Ron Paul wrote on Waco comparing
    us, U.S. Citizens to the slaughter of the people of Waco? It was
    all over my emai from different web sites:
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2021/06/ron-paul/the-lessons-of-waco/

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    1. How in the world did we get to where we are?

      https://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2021/06/the-lessons-of-waco-by-ron-paul-md.html

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